First Half of 2016 Book Haul


I do not know how this always happens to me. When I have little to no money and definitely no time or room for books. I have received books in the mail and from friends. I have also gone to some small bookstores and hit an awesome deal at Half Price Books!


Giveaway & Publisher 

Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch

Hunter by Mercedes Lackey

Walk on Earth a Stranger Rae Carson

Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld 

The Matchmaker’s Playbook by Rachel Van Dyken 



Paper Towns by John Green

Hope is a Ferris Wheel by Robin Herrera 

Queen of Hearts by Colleen Oakes 

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Notorious RBG by Irin Carmon 

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 

The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton

The Way of the Knife by Mark Mazzetti


Half Price Books

Middlesex by Jefferey Eugenides

Overthrow by Stephen Kinzer

The Girl With All The Gifts by M. R Carey

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn 

Rise To Globalism by Stephen E. Ambrose 

Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut 

Have you read any of these? Which ones should I try to get to first?




5 thoughts on “First Half of 2016 Book Haul

  1. Slaughterhouse Five is definitely a bit odd, but it’s an excellent read. Of course, I also have to recommend Paper Towns because I’m an avid John Green fan ❤ It's one of my favorite John Green books!


  2. I LOVED Walk On Earth a Stranger! Have you read A Girl of Fire and Thorns by the same author? Rae Carson is a fabulous writer 🙂

    And I understand the temptation! I loved used book stores, myself, and end up buying way too many books there.


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